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> It disables the trashcan mechanism

Yes, it disables the trashcan in some cases. But only when using the trashcan mechanism would probably crash CPython anyway due to a double deallocation. So at the very least, PR 11841 improves things from "crashing whenever the trashcan is used" to "crashing on stack overflows".

Do you have a real example where PR 11841 actually makes things *worse*?

> and does not provide other mechanism for solving that problem.

The recommended thing to do is that the subclass also implements the trashcan. See OrderedDict for an example: both the base class "dict" and the subclass "OrderedDict" use the trashcan.
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